Not only for a great italian food and self produced wine, but the service of the restaurant can justify your dinner at Terme di Diocleziano.
On the face of it, this restaurant should be good. It's in an historic building & seemed to have plenty of staff. However, we were served by a waiter, who seemed to delight in being as obnoxious as possible. As an example, he snatched my wife's plate away from her just as she was about to finish & put a... More
The food was good, standard dishes, nothing really different. Service was good but hey were very busy, some large groups. This restaurant was a short walk from our hotel. Interesting facade and decor. Stronly recommend you eat downstairs. We would go back, but there are so many places to eat in Rome. Convience is the key.
This restaurant was recommended by our hotel and we cancelled another booking on the strength of this. Situated in an old tower we were ushered to the roof terrace-it was a little chilly,despite being covered in a plastic tarpaulin. The lighting was harsh and not at all atmospheric. Some of the staff were fine but we had a surly,monosyllabic waiter.... More
Excellent food, excellent service. Just along from the Hotel Lirico where we were staying. We eat here twice during our stay in Rome and would certainly go back.
My friend and I shared two truly Roman first courses: carciofo alla Romana (good) and puntarella con acciughe (very good), then we each had a risotto with funghi which was also very good. The service was very nice.
We were escorted to the roof terrace - so nice to be sitting outside to eat in late October. We had veal with mushrooms and lamb and both were delicious. Friendly service and OK prices for this area of Rome. A lot of Italians eating here which is always a good sign. Would go back.
I ate here on a recent visit to Rome as it was just around the corner from the Hotel Artimede where we were staying. As has been previously mentioned there is a roof top terrace which is nice although the view didn't seem to be particularly exciting. I had the Tonnarelli with shrimps which was tasty but I felt it... More
Good food, great location near train station. Interesting old building. We sat on the rooftop terrace to eat before we got on a train to Florence. Definitely would recommend.
My wife and I were just passing thru the area and seen the restorante food menu on the street and decided to check it out. Everything on it look good so we made a reservation for that evening. When we arrived for our reservation time we were immediately greeted by nice friendly voices and welcoming attitudes. We were seated on... More
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